Ideas for DIY Rolling Storage Cabinet

Apr 21st

Rolling storage cabinet – A rolling storage cabinets must have a wide enough base to provide stability when the cabinet is moved, especially when the cabinet is filled with heavy objects. Build your own box, you can customize dimensions to fit the space and include as much shelves as desired. Large shelves should always be allocated to the bottom of the cabinet, to further enhance stability and keep the smaller shelves and lighter items near the top of the cabinet. Wheels on the base of the cabinet allow easy transitions between storage sites.

Rolling Storage Cabinet Ideas

DIY rolling storage cabinet, Arrange 1 / 2 by-24-by-36-inch side board in a perfect 36 1/2-by-36 1/2-inch square, so that every board butts up against the side of another board. Using the drill to make three holes in the side of each board so that the holes go through the board and at the end of the board that butts up against it. Set a 1/2-by-36 1/2-inch board, which will be the back of the cabinet, on top of the framed boards, to arrange it so that its edge is even with the outer edges of the composite boards. Flip the cabinet around so that the bottom of the cabinet is facing up.

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Ideas for DIY rolling storage cabinet, Set the cabinet on its wheels and the position of another 1/2-by-36 1/2-inch board at the front of the cabinet in the door position. Open the board as if it was already installed as the door and place two hinges evenly between the door and the cabinet. Mark the location of a hinge screw holes on the door and cabinet. Remove lid and drill hole at each marked location. Secure the hinges to the door and the cabinet passes through the 1/2-inch wood screws through the hinges and holes and tighten them completely. Place a 1/2-by-24-by-35 1/2-inch shelf board within the cabinet. Mark the location of the shelf on both side panels. Remove the shelf board and drill two holes in each side of the board for labeling. Insert pegs in holes and place the shelf board onto the sticks.

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